Montauk Moves to Enforce Legible House Numbers - 27 East

Montauk Moves to Enforce Legible House Numbers

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House numbers should be visible from the street. RICHARD LEWIN

House numbers should be visible from the street. RICHARD LEWIN

authorJaime Zahl on Sep 1, 2015
With private driveways, distant entryways and hidden structures, it is not always easy to locate specific homes in East Hampton, especially in the depths of Montauk. The Montauk Fire Department... more

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